A new, high-quality surfaced path that provides better access to all has opened at Stoke Park.
The finishing touches were made to the path in September, which is now available for everyone to use.
It connects Lockleaze with Jellicoe Avenue at the eastern edge of the park and will help more people to enjoy the historic beauty spot, including anyone travelling by bike or using a wheelchair, mobility scooter or pushchair.
The new path complements the ongoing conservation work at Stoke Park, including goat and cattle grazing to control invasive plants and encourage wildflowers and insects to thrive.
Stoke Park’s accessible path is part of the Lockleaze Sustainable Transport Infrastructure investment programme, which supports the Unlocking Lockleaze programme funded through Homes England’s Housing Infrastructure Fund. This programme facilitates new housing delivery and regeneration in surrounding areas.